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Key Ingredients that Hydrate your Skin with the Hydra Pro Range

Key Ingredients that Hydrate your Skin with the Hydra Pro Range

Dehydration is a complete disaster for your skin and can have many health implications for the rest of your body as well. Using the right skin hydration product can help foster healthier skin and offset any damage done from external aggressors. Take a look at some of the key elements that play a role in hydrating your skin through the Lakme Absolute Hydra Pro Gel Cream.

Glycerin

Glycerin is great for your skin as it acts as a humectant, which is an effective substance in allowing your skin to retain moisture. Glycerin also helps you to increase skin hydration, relieve any form of dryness, and rejuvenate the skin’s surface. It’s also an emollient, which means it can soften your skin as well.

Butylene Glycol

Butylene glycol, also referred to as “butanediol,” is an organic alcohol and is quite prevalent in skincare products at present. This is because butylene glycol has a high number of hydroxyl groups in its chemical structure which works well in skincare production formulas as a humectant to retain moisture.

Pentavitin

Pentavitin is a plant-derived hydration superhero. This ingredient is a strong hydrator which provides instant hydration for up to 72 hours. The element creates a shield of moisture on your skin when applied and binds well with your skin to keep your hydrated for upto 3 days. This also helps keep your skin smooth. As your skin is so deeply hydrated after application, the appearance of fine lines is reduced drastically.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a clear gel-like substance which is naturally produced in your body. The use of this ingredient in the Lakme Absolute Hydra Pro Gel Cream helps to retain water and keep your skin well moisturized and looking supple. Hyaluronic Acid also helps heal wounds or patches on your skin as well

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